If you do NOT believe in the Immaculate Conception than the RED words of the New Testament of Christ have no utterance.
MATTHEW CHAPTER 1 (Ref. KJV)
23 Behold, a virgin shall be with child, and shall bring forth a son, and they shall call his name Emmanuel, which being interpreted is, God with us; God within us. 24 Then Joseph being raised from sleep did as the angel of the Lord had bidden him, and took unto him his wife: 25 And knew her not till she had brought forth her firstborn son: and he called his name JESUS. (Immaculate Conception) As James is pronounced Hi-me in Spanish, Jesus is pronounced as Hey- sues …He- is- us, as we all male and female are of Him / him the same substance / seed / semen / creator, for all Fathers are of there substance and his good works is into the woman brought forth on earth.
Jesus said, "When you see one who was not born of woman (is of man his substance), fall on your faces and worship. That one is your Father." God within him.
Jesus said, "Congratulations to those who are alone and chosen, for you will find the (Father's) domain. For you have Come from it, and you will return there again."
(Ref. Gospel of Thomas)
JOHN CHAPTER 8 (Ref. KJV)
14 Jesus answered and said unto them, Though I bear record of myself, yet my record is true: for I
know whence I came, and whither I go; but ye cannot tell whence I come, and
whither I go.
15 Ye judge after the flesh; I judge no man.
16 And yet if I judge, my judgment is true: for I am not alone, but I and the Father that sent me.
17 It is also written in your law, that the testimony of two men is true.
18 I am one that bear witness of myself, and the Father that sent me beareth witness of me.
28 Then said Jesus unto them, When ye have lifted up the Son of man, then shall ye know that I am he,
and that I do nothing of myself; but as my Father hath taught me, I
speak these things.
29 And he that sent me is with me: the Father hath not left me alone; for I do always those things that please him.
Father, which gave them me, is greater than all; and no man is able to pluck
them out of my Father's hand.
30 I and my Father are one. (of thy same substance / seed / semen / Fathers living water)
(The substance of the father, is restored unto son) we are all sent of thy fathers creation substance
Definition of IMMACULATE CONCEPTION
(This will give unto thee utterance of the New Testament)
Definition of TESTAMENT
1a archaic: a covenant between GOD / Creator and the human race b capitalized: either of two main divisions of the Bible
1: the conception of the Virgin Mary in which as decreed in Roman Catholic dogma; (Dogma = “immutable truth”) = (“True Doctrine”) her soul was preserved free from original sin by divine grace. “Dogma” spelled backwards is “AM GOD.”
2: December 8 observed as a Roman Catholic feast in commemoration of the Immaculate Conception
First Known Use of IMMACULATE CONCEPTION 1687
Definition of IMMACULATE
1: having no stain or blemish: pure
2: containing no flaw or error
3a: spotlessly clean b: having no colored spots or marks <petals immaculate>
Examples of IMMACULATE
She had an immaculate record of service. <somehow managed to keep the white carpet immaculate> … they seemed as remote from metaphysics as their lunch bags and knapsacks. Yet weren't they all heading for those immaculate country snowfields to talk of God?
… and added to this was the fact that this Soviet Army Colonel had a service record that was as immaculate as a field of freshly fallen snow … —Tom Clancy, The Cardinal of the Kremlin, (1988) 1989
I was expecting some giant to emerge, but in came a tiny, immaculate, white-haired man. —Anna Russell, I'm Not Making This Up, You Know, 1985
Origin of IMMACULATE
Middle English immaculat, from Latin immaculatus, from in- + maculatus stained
First Known Use: 15th century
Definition of CONCEPTION
1a (1): the process of becoming pregnant involving fertilization or implantation or both; copulate (2): embryo, fetus b: beginning (creation of life from life of thy father)
2a: the capacity, function, or process of forming or understanding ideas or abstractions or their symbols b: a general idea: concept c: a complex product of abstract or reflective thinking d: the sum of a person's ideas and beliefs concerning something as in art (how great thou art)
3: the originating of something in the mind — con·cep·tion·al \-shnəl, -shə-nəl\adjective — con·cep·tive \-ˈsep-tiv\adjective
Examples of CONCEPTION
He directed the project from conception to production; the conception of a new device. They have a clear conception of how the process works. A child's conception of responsibility
They have very different conceptions of the proper role of government.
Origin of CONCEPTION Middle English concepcioun, from Anglo-French concepcion, from Latin conception-, conceptio, from concipere
First Known Use: 14th century
Definition of CONCEIVE: transitive verb
1a: to become pregnant with (young) <conceive a child> b: to cause to begin: originate <a project conceived by the company's founder>
2a: to take into one's mind <conceive a prejudice> b: to form a conception of: imagine <a badly conceived design>
3: to apprehend by reason or imagination: understand <unable to conceive his reasons>
4: to have as an opinion <I cannot conceive that he acted alone>
CONCEIVE: intransitive verb
1: to become pregnant
2: to have a conception —usually used with of <conceives of death as emptiness>
Examples of CONCEIVE
When the writer conceived this role, he had a specific actor in mind to play the part.
As conceived by the committee, the bill did not raise taxes.
A woman who has been unable to conceive
A woman who has been unable to conceive a child
Origin of CONCEIVE
Middle English, from Anglo-French conceivre, from Latin concipere to take in, conceive, from com- + capere to take
First Known Use: 14th century